Secular Literature Based
Homeschool Curriculum
and Educational Products

Education is not one size fits all.

I’ve spent years creating a secular homeschool curriculum that takes a literature approach to educating children in all the subjects you’d learn in public school – only better.

My focus is on education with all the essential foundations built into a Charlotte Mason inspired curriculum that is progressive and fun. Your children will learn subjects like history, literature, science and language arts – just to name a few.

Level K – 12: Secular Literature Based Homeschooling Products

March 10, 2019

The following post will be a blog archive copy of the Build Your Library’s March 2019 Monthly Newsletter. If you missed the email, you can subscribe to our mailing list here. [Scheduled to be sent 03/11/18 6:00 AM EST] Hey everybody, it’s Emily from Build Your Library! If you are just going to skim the beginning, … Continue reading "March 2019 Monthly Newsletter"

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February 27, 2019

Welcome to the 16th installment of the Build Your Library Family Reading Crate! How many have you collected? The April 2019 theme is “Books at Sea.” I’m including at four books in our oceanic adventures themed box – a picture book for younger children, a middle grade family read aloud, a book for older readers, and … Continue reading "Purchase: Family Reading Crates"

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February 24, 2019

Need any help with using the Build Your Library curriculum? We got you covered! FAQs For general questions on any facet of our secular, literature based homeschool curriculum, we may have already answered them on our frequently asked questions (FAQ) page. For general questions about our Family Reading Crates, please refer to our Crate FAQ … Continue reading "Build Your Library Support"

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Have you been looking for a literature based homeschool curriculum that is secular? How about a way to incorporate narration, copywork, dictation and memory work into your child’s education? Or art study that ties into history?

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